Linda Saxy

Author (A.K.A. Linda Bolton)

Wolfkeeper’s Woman

Add some historical romance to your day with Lisa Day’s new novel, Wolfkeeper’s Woman.  Let’s meet Lisa and learn a bit about her and her novel! 

Welcome Lisa, 

What is the ideal recipe for a good novel
3 cups flour- 2/3 cups of sugar -1/2 cup butter/oil -2 eggs. mix  oops sorry been thinking a lot about cake lately.
Give a one sentence synopsis of your novel:
The Indian warrior Wolfkeeper attacked Cassie’s home, carrying off her and her son, then he slowly discovered he had a growing desire for the woman that hated him, because of all he did, so he had to figure out how to help her overcome the pain that he caused and aid in healing, so she’d think  of better him. (you didn’t say it had to be a good sentence)
What was the turning point in your life when you decided to start writing?
I was out of work, broke, penniless even and already reread every book in the house and stored in the shed. I decided to amuse myself by writing a story for myself to enjoy. It was either that or clean house.
What is or are the genres of your book or books?
Mostly American Historical Fiction/Romance
What made you decide to write in your particular genre?
It’s my favorite genre to read.
When you write do you take notes, organize your characters and plot, or you write freely as you go?
I usually have a complete outline in my head. Once that’s written I find  the characters  venture out to where I’d never roam.
Where does your inspiration come from?
Haha, ‘inspiration’ how cute. I wouldn’t call the nagging voices in my head inspired anything. Just pests that won’t shut-up until you release them.
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  1. How sweet of you to post about my book. Forgive me for not finding the link sooner

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